interior designs

A pair of lounge chairs ca.1975 by Jay Spectre

Jay Spectre (1930 – 1992) was an American Interior and furniture designer. He was born in Louisville, Kentucky. He was professionally active in New York.

He began his interior design career in 1951 in Louisville. In 1968, he established the design company Jay Spectre, in New York. He designed interiors for luxury homes, private jet aircraft, yachts, and offices, which showed Art Deco, Asian, and African influences with high-tech and hand-carved elements. Read More →

Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann interior featured image

Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann (1879 – 1933) was a French designer who was born and lived in Paris. n 1907, he took over his father’s house painting company in Paris. He first exhibited his work in 1911, with architect Charles Plumet and couturier Jacques Doucet, Frantz Jourdain, and Tony Selmersheim.Read More →

Schloss Blühnbach castle in Austria

Schloss Blühnbach is a hunting castle in the Austrian Alps dated from the 17th century. It was extended in 1911 by Archduke Francis Ferdinand; it also includes his art and antiques.Read More →

Charlotte Perriand in the famous “Chaise longue basculante B 306,” from 1929

Charlotte Perriand (1903 – 1999) was a designer and architect from France. Perriand’s designs are most commonly associated with furniture created in the 1920s in collaboration with Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret. Still, her contribution to design was much more critical.Read More →

A century old home by early twentieth century architect Hamilton Townsend in Toronto’s characteristic Rosedale neighbourhood. In 2016, it was revived by architect William Dewson , who has done comparable work to Townsend’s Rosedale homes for over a decade.Read More →

Sideboard by Jaques Klein featured image

Jaque Klein was a French decorator and furniture designer. In 1942, he founded his firm, 31 rue de Miromesnil, Paris, after designing wallpaper and rugs for the Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris. Delepoulle and Gouffe both made some of his furniture.Read More →

Schloss Blühnbach castle in Austria

Schloss Blühnbach is a hunting castle in the Austrian Alps dated from the 17th century. It was extended in 1911 by Archduke Francis Ferdinand; it also includes his art and antiques.Read More →

Design Exhibition News

Design Exhibitions from around the world – design collections and exhibitions from Museums and Design Groups. Keep up to dateRead More →

Interior Design News

Interior Design News – curated content from around the world. Keep up to date with what is happening in the world of Interior Design.Read More →

George Sheringham Portrait

He was born in London and had a brother, Hugh, an Angling Editor of The Field. He attended the King’s School, Gloucester, the Slade School of Fine Art (1899–1901), and the Sorbonne, Paris (1904–1906).Read More →

Interior Design Masterclass featured image

With one hundred essays from one hundred interior designers, spanning stylistic genres from classic to modern, on subjects as varied as “Collecting,” “White,” “Portals,” and “Layering”, this book highlights the knowledge, experience, expertise, insight, and work of established design legends, as well as members of the new guard, spanning over four decades of work. Unique in the quality of its contributors, this book will be a landmark publication in the field, helpful and inspirational for the home decorator, as well as students of design and design professionals. Read More →

By Design - The World's Best Contemporary Interior Designers featured image

A richly illustrated, authoritative global survey of the best and most creative interior designers and decorators working todayRead More →

Modern Americana featured image

Do-it-yourself décor inspired by iconic patterns, classic fabrics, sentimental items, and the Americana style.Read More →

Pretty Rooms featured image

Beloved interior designer Phoebe Howard shares her style secrets for creating truly pretty rooms filled with grace and charmRead More →

Patina Homes featured image

For anyone who has loved the Giannetti books about Patina Farm, this book continues the aesthetic in a variety of styles.Read More →

Design the Home You Love

Since interior design can be intimidating, many of us never attempt to design our own homes. Havenly creators Lee Mayer and Emily Motayed break down the ambiguous world of home design in Design the Home You Love. You’ll first learn how to define your style (whether you prefer Parisian Modern or California Casual) and then how to integrate furniture that complements your style while remaining within your budget.Read More →

Launch into Interior Design featured image

Launch Into Interior Design will guide the reader through all the skills needed to start a career in the design industry that would normally take years to develop. Read More →

French by Design featured image

The timeless appeal of French-country style, a gracious mingling of sophistication and comfort, spans generations. After years of mainly echoing the furniture, fabrics, and accessories associated with the Provence region, the French country is often far away from the primitive images of the early seventeenth century. Read More →

Perfect Imperfect featured image

Perfect Imperfect is based on the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi, which promotes the beauty inherent in imperfection, impermanence, and authenticity. Importantly, this is accomplished without losing sight of the advantages of living in the twenty-first century. Read More →

Absolutely Beautiful Things Decorating inspiration for a bright and colourful life. Featured Image

In Absolutely Beautiful Things, successful designer Anna Spiro shows you how to create an interior that’s just right for you. To her, it’s all about the mix, not the match, and, with her help, you’ll find beauty in unexpected places. She’ll give you the confidence to put together a layered and very individual home using elements you love, and make you see your old belongings in a new light.Read More →